Web Developer JavaScript/HTML/AJAX/CSS

Washington, D.C.
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Created: October 23, 2008



CACI International, Inc., is a leading professional services and information technology solutions provider to the Federal Government. We have an immediate need for a Web Developer to work at our client The Library of Congress in Washington, DC. Qualified candidates must have a Work Authorization status of at least Permanent Resident status.


Front end web application developer with superior skills in CSS, Javascript, HTML and AJAX. Must possess ability to take broadly defined requirements and take the initiative to develop recommended designs and user interfaces, complying with useability standards, Section 508, and industry best practices. The web developer will create Web front-end user interface to prototype and operational digital repositories to allow user interface and access to large volumes of content.


Solid skills in open source software including JavaScript, HTML, AJAX and CSS, client and server, desired. Strong oral and written communications skills required. Requires bachelor's degree (in Computer Science or related field) or equivalent and seven to nine years of related experience.


Qualified applicants can apply on-line at www.caci.com search for job # 33599 or send their resume to Leslie Singman at lsingman@caci.comThis electronic message contains information from CACI International Inc or subsidiary companies, which may be company sensitive, proprietary, privileged or otherwise protected from disclosure. The information is intended to be used solely by the recipient(s) named above. If you are not an intended recipient, be aware that any review, disclosure, copying, distribution or use of this transmission or its contents is prohibited. If you have received this transmission in error, please notify us immediately at postmaster@caci.com. With the exception of messages sent by authorized CACI contracts or purchasing personnel, nothing in this message may be interpreted as a digital or electronic signature that can be used to: (a) authenticate either the submission or the acceptance of a proposal or offer to contract, or (b) modify an existing contract.


Published: Thursday, October 23, 2008 13:07 UTC

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